Today Nikon announced its latest upper mid-range DSLR, the D7200. The company has improved the AF system, increased the buffer size and added Wifi with NFC. Other enhancements include the faster EXPEED 4 processor, 9-frame AEB, a 50p / 60p video option (albeit only when filming in the 1.3x crop mode), timelapse shooting with exposure smoothing, slightly extended battery life, and a flat picture control profile. They're nice updates over its predecessor, but the D7200 enters a more aggressive market than the D7100 with some highly compelling alternatives, whether traditional DSLRs from Canon or mirrorless options from pretty much every major player. Find out all about this new DSLR, what it's up against and my first impressions at the link below!